Detection and prevention of DNS spoofing attacks

  title={Detection and prevention of DNS spoofing attacks},
  author={Artem A. Maksutov and I. A. Cherepanov and Maksim S. Alekseev},
  journal={2017 Siberian Symposium on Data Science and Engineering (SSDSE)},
One of the modern MitM-attacks on HTTPS is attacks using SSLstrip and SSLstrip+ utilities, the latter of which uses a DNS-spoofing type attack. Currently, there are several ways to protect against replacing DNS responses, but there is no available and simple tool for detecting a DNS-spoofing attack. The utility designed for this is called DNSwitch and was described in this article. 

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